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July 2, 2020
Carrefour Commune in Haiti

Across the globe, we have seen the incredible courage and bravery of medical professionals, as they have stood on the frontline of work to halt the spread of coronavirus. All We Can, together with the Methodist Church in Britain, have been helping support the work of Eglise Methodiste d’ Haiti (the Methodist Church in Haiti) […]

June 24, 2020
Biruk, a disabled student in Ethiopia, receives emergency food supplies.

If you’d asked me as I sipped hot chocolate with my family at Christmas, how I would be spending the majority of 2020, living in lockdown during a global pandemic would’ve been the last thing on my mind. As some parts of the world begin trying to recover from the feeling of having the rug […]

June 16, 2020

Since its origins over 80 years ago, helping young Jewish boys forced to flee annexed Austria during the 1930s, All We Can has been committed to supporting refugees. For the past few years, All We Can has been working in both Syrian Refugee Camps in Jordan and the Rohingya Refugee Camps in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. […]

June 1, 2020

In the past, I have had the opportunity to volunteer for different charities. The more I’ve learned about the injustice and inequality that exists in the world and the more I’ve read in the Bible about how God feels about it, the more I have wanted to be part of addressing it. Through volunteering, I […]

May 18, 2020
Women queue for sanitary kits in India

In many of the countries where All We Can works, the challenges arising from Covid-19 extend far beyond the risks posed by the virus – lockdown itself is causing severe economic challenges for those living in some of the world’s poorest communities. This is especially true for India. The country has a large population of […]

April 24, 2020
Chris Duffett artwork, 'Unknown Path'

Full disclosure: I don’t have a clue about art. I know what I like when I see it, but ask me to describe the artistic reasons behind that feeling – I soon struggle. When you know you know, am I right? With that being said, a few months back I had one of those moments […]

April 16, 2020

‘If the West is finding it so challenging to contain this crisis, then we would be in very bad shape because our systems are very, very weak; almost non-existent. It is very scary.’ Since its emergence in December 2019, Coronavirus has spread to nearly every country in the world. While the virus has been slow […]

April 8, 2020

All We Can and the Methodist Church in Britain have launched an Emergency Coronavirus Appeal, to equip those living in some of the world’s most vulnerable communities to combat the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Coronavirus poses a catastrophic threat to communities with weaker healthcare systems, or those who lack access to clean water and handwashing facilities. […]

March 19, 2020

Stories are an important part of our culture. As part of World Storytelling Day Steve Adams, All We Can’s Director of Public Engagement, discusses the power of storytelling and how this can be used to empower people. ‘The thing people don’t always want to realise is that stories have great power whether they get told […]

March 12, 2020
Tahir, a Syrian refugee who has been taking part in sewing classes funded by All We Can.

This week marks the 9th anniversary of the beginning of the war in Syria – a violent and bloody conflict which has devastated the country and forced more than half of its population from their homes. An estimated 6.6. million Syrians are internally displaced, and a further 5.6 million refugees have fled Syria to neighbouring […]

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